Arts and crafts

Mono-printing workshop

On Saturday 14th February 2015 from 2 – 4 pm, Margi Strever and the Arts and Crafts group will be having a mono-printing workshop.

You are all very welcome to come along to learn something new, and also to enjoy a cup of tea and fellowship.  Please book with Margi (072 437 9250).  A donation of R20 will help to cover the costs of materials.

Mono-printing?  For those of you (like me) who do not know what mono-printing is, the clearest explanation I could find is:

Monoprinting is a lovely combination of printing and painting.  Printmaking is usually defined as images made in multiples, and monoprints are the exception as each “print” is “one-of-a-kind.”  These prints are ridiculously easy to make — you just need a little bit of table or floor space to store the drying prints.

This explanation is from Rachelle Doorley, an artist, on her website .  On this website are photos of her young daughter making mono-prints.  It certainly looks like lots of fun for children.

For a level up from this young child’s mono-prints, have a look at a fancier version with professional equipment by the artist Orna Feinstein ( )

For something between those 2 extremes, also have a look at these:

If you cannot attend this workshop, don’t despair.  There will be many other art workshops during the year.  Ask Margi for details of future events, or check back here regularly.


One thought on “Mono-printing workshop

  1. The schedule for future art workshops in 2015 is:
    14 Feb … Mono Printing (Sue Taylor)
    14 Mar … Paper Mache (Margi Strever)
    11 Apr … Art Lesson (Janet Wilson)
    9 May … Paper Beads (Sue Middleton)
    13 Jun … Artifacts in resin (Sue Taylor)
    11 Jul … Discourse on well-known Artist (Lee Brooks)
    15 Aug … Anatomy Sketch (Abi Holloway)
    12 Sep … Paper Flowers (Jessica Holloway)

    For each workshop, a small donation of R20 will be taken to cover expenses.


    Posted by Mike | 9 February 2015, 2:45 pm

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